Redshirt freshman Brian Hartline found himself on the field for the first play of Saturday's season…
Hartline, Hall State Their Case
The Buckeyes' Spring Game was a good day to be a wideout whose name started with the letter ‘H' – at least according to the unofficial box score. Roy Hall led the Gray squad with five receptions and 66 yards; Brian Hartline led the Scarlet with seven catches and 88 yards. Ironically, Hartline and Hall, polar opposites in nearly every visible way, are battling (along with Brian Robiskie) for the coveted third receiver role in this offense. Hall is the cagey veteran who resembles a steamroller after years in the weight room. Hartline is the excited underclassman who is still lean enough to look like the youth that he is. Hall, no stranger to big games or catches, leaned back and casually handled the post game interviews as if he were holding court. Hartline talked excitedly; he was almost giddy with his day as he considered the possibilities of earning playing time. "There were what, 60,000 plus out there?" Hartline observed. "You never know who is out there. Besides just...
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